Bradford v MK Dons preview
Last Updated: 23/04/18 5:09pm
Callum Guy could be back in the Bradford squad for the visit of relegation-threatened MK Dons.
The young midfielder, on loan from Derby, missed the draw at Rochdale at the weekend with a knock but he did some training on Monday. Tyrell Robinson has seen a specialist about the shoulder injury he sustained against Portsmouth last week and the winger might not play again this season.
Midfielder Jake Reeves underwent a groin operation last week and he definitely will not feature again this campaign.
Keith Millen will oversee the remaining three matches of the Dons' season after Dan Micciche was sacked after their 4-0 defeat at Southend on Saturday. It remains to be seen whether Millen will make changes to the team as he looks to halt a four-game losing run. The likes of Scott Golbourne, Kieran Agard, Robbie Muirhead, Ethan Ebanks-Landell and Brandon Thomas-Asante are options.
Sam Nombe has been recalled from his loan spell at Oxford City and is in contention for a place in the squad. Osman Sow has returned to training and could also feature for the Milton Keynes club, who are six points adrift of safety.
Bradford have won six of their last seven league games against MK (D1), winning 4-1 in the reverse fixture at Stadium MK in October.
Milton Keynes have conceded in each of their 13 league games against the Bantams; only against Huddersfield have the Buckinghamshire club recorded a worse 100% conceding record (14 games).
Since losing his first league game against MK, Simon Grayson has remained unbeaten in 10 league games (W5 D5), winning two of the last three.
MK Dons have lost their last four league games, by an aggregate score of 3-13.